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Tyee Impressed with iBook Progress

Tyee organizer Gillian Wheatley spoke to her group on Thursday (March 1st) about her recent communication with Tyee editor David Beers and reporter Colleen Kimmett, who wrote many of the articles for the Tyee iBook series on local farming and production. Wheatley told her group that both Beers and Kimmett are happy with the work the group has produced thus far and are excited to see the finished product.
After her short meeting with the group, Wheatley spoke to each group member individually to see where they were at with the tasks she had given them and to see if they required any help. The group is supposed to have the iBook (and trailer for the iBook) completed by March 22, 2012.

In video and pictures: Zara Mcalister, Kaleigh Rogers, Nida Siddiqui, Doris Wang, Ariana Wardak, Gillian Wheatley and Nanette Van Doorn.
Location: North Campus Building, University of Western Ontario, London, Ontario, Canada

Gillian Wheatley updates the group on her conversation with Tyee editor David Beers and reporter Colleen Kimmett.

Nida Siddiqui and Nanette Van Doorn discuss their plans for the audio interviews with the authors for the iBook trailer.

Instructor Wayne MacPhail helps Kaleigh Rogers, as she begins to work on the layout for the Tyee iBook.

Gillian Wheatley looks at the timeline that Doris Wang is working on for the iBook content.


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